Outplacement’s Positive Impact on Employee Engagement to Be Highlighted in Aberdeen Group Webinar

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Participants in the free Nov. 1 event, sponsored by RiseSmart, will learn how offering outplacement services not only helps companies’ reputations, but also makes their employees more committed.

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Mollie Lombardi, research director for Aberdeen Group, will discuss the findings of the outplacement study.

Outplacement is more than just the ‘right thing to do,’ it is a smart investment; and the Aberdeen Group’s findings confirm this.

Employee engagement is an area of growing interest as revenue-growth expectations continue to outpace planned increases in headcount. HR managers and executives can learn how employees are more committed to their jobs at companies that offer outplacement services in a free Aberdeen Group webinar, “Using Outplacement to Enhance Engagement.” The RiseSmart-sponsored event is set for Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EDT.

“Outplacement is more than just the ‘right thing to do,’ it is a smart investment. The Aberdeen Group findings to be discussed in this webinar confirm this very powerfully,” said Sanjay Sathe, founder and CEO of RiseSmart.

The webinar will include results from recent Aberdeen research on companies offering outplacement, including:

  •     48 percent consider more than 60 percent of their workers highly engaged, a level of engagement seen at just 33 percent of companies not offering outplacement.
  •     63 percent offer outplacement in order to improve engagement and retention among existing workers.
  •     Just 6 percent said they could not recommend the services to peer organizations because they had failed to meet expectations.

The webinar will be led by Mollie Lombardi, research director of Aberdeen’s human capital management practice, who will overview Aberdeen’s research.

Caitlin Stango, senior workplace relations manager at Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), the Fortune 500 scientific, engineering and technology applications company, will present a case study on the factors that led SAIC to offer outplacement and its impact on employee engagement within the organization.

Karen Stevens, director of client services at RiseSmart, will discuss how the research validates the company’s unique approach to outplacement services.

To sign up for the webinar, visit http://aberdeen.reg.meeting-stream.com/outplacement_enhancement.

About Aberdeen Group

Founded in 1988, Aberdeen Group is a full-service, multi-channel marketing services firm with deep expertise in developing technology-oriented, research-based marketing content. In 2006 Aberdeen was acquired by Harte-Hanks, one of the largest direct, database and digital marketing services providers worldwide. Aberdeen’s uniqueness – enabled by a team of 40 research analysts covering 14 industry-sector categories – is based on its ability to analyze both information and technology market dynamics to deliver a combination of strategic research and dynamic, research-oriented marketing content, all while exceeding each client’s project goals. Aberdeen has offices in Boston and London. Harte-Hanks has 24 U.S. locations and 13 around the world. For more information, visit http://www.aberdeen.com.

About RiseSmart

RiseSmart is the leading provider of next-generation outplacement solutions. The company leverages a cloud-based technology platform, proven methodologies, and one-on-one support to help employers with their workforce strategies, and displaced employees with their career strategies. RiseSmart drives significant ROI to organizations by offering affordable pricing while reducing unemployment insurance taxes and severance costs. RiseSmart has received a wide range of awards and recognition from organizations including the Golden Bridge Awards, the Momentum Index, Red Herring, the San Francisco Business Times, SiliconIndia, the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, the Stevie Awards and TiE. For more information, visit http://www.risesmart.com.

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